Fischer Hall Entrance by John Cairns Photography

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London Global Gateway Professor to Release New Book

Author: Emily Grassby

On September 1, 2015, Gill Gregory, professor of English literature at the London Global Gateway, will release her new book, The Studio: A Psychoanalytic Legacy.
The book, described as a poetic memoir, deals with past struggles through the exploration of art history and psychoanalysis.

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Notre Dame and Oxford Connect over Tea with Lord Patten

Author: Emily Grassby

Notre Dame Tea with Lord Patten at University of Oxford

Four Notre Dame students currently studying at the University of Oxford were recently invited to meet Lord Patten of Barnes, chancellor of the University, alongside Warren von Eschenbach, assistant provost for Europe and director of the London Global Gateway, and Michael Hannigan, a Notre Dame alumnus (Arts and Letters and Law) who is pursuing a master’s degree in higher education at Oxford.…

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Friday, September 25, 2015

Catholicism and the Avant Garde

Location: Fischer Hall, London

“[The avant-garde] radically questions the very principle of art in bourgeois society according to which the individual is considered the creator of the work of art”. Peter Bürger
For many commentators, the oppositional nature of the avant-garde inevitably leads to conflict with religion; the forward-looking artistic groups that populate its landscape create their own intense, semi-religious communities structured around the celebration of creativity. In such a way, modern artistic movements are utilised by, or interpreted through, theories of secularisation. …

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Friday, October 2, 2015